- Spinal Problems – including prolapsed discs; degeneration; sciatica; lumbago; a stiff or painful neck; and referred arm and leg pains.
- Joint Problems – arthritis; injury; pain, swelling and stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles; gait problems.
- Injuries – to muscles; ligament; cartilage and tendon problems. Work-related conditions such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). Nerve injuries.
- After Surgery – rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery, e.g. hip and knee replacements or general physiotherapy after general surgery.
- Fractures – treatment to increase the healing rate and to gain full function once the bones have healed.
- Gynaecological Conditions – including stress incontinence and post surgery rehabilitation
- Chest Conditions – both medical and surgical, including asthma and sinusitis, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, bronchitis and bronchiectasis.
- Neurological Conditions – including stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons; cerebral palsy; head injuries and learning disabilities.
Why see a Private Physiotherapist?
-Education and Advice
-Individual Attention and Treatment
-Speed of Service
Early treatment can mean a quicker recovery with less time off work. A Private Physiotherapist can often see you within 24 hours – at a time convenient for you.
The Physiotherapist will not only treat the problem but also, by spending time with the patient, will often show the patient how to prevent the problem happening again. We can also give advice on work posture and ergonomics for employees, employers, or at home.
How do I arrange to see a Private Physiotherapist?
Ring us on 01933 224454 for an appointment. The Physiotherapist works closely with the G.P. or consultant and will keep them advised of the treatment undertaken, with your consent.There is no need to contact your G.P. unless your private medical insurance states this.
Recognised by all major health care schemes.
Private Treatments: £45
On account (insurance): £45